It has been estimated that within just ten years, over half of all polyolefins will be made by using metallocene catalysts. This ground-breaking volume from PDL brings togetherùfor the first timeùwork from dozens of world-renowned experts on the subject. Fifty chapters of peer-reviewed content offer insights into applications in automotive components, food packaging, insulating films, non-woven fabrics and medical markets, among others.
Engineers, researchers and technicians in the plastics industry.
Materials Economic Factors for the Production of Metallocene and Perfluorinated Boron Cocatalysts Polypropylene Reinvented - Cost of Using Metallocene Catalysts New Approaches for Ziegler-Natta Catalysts for Polypropylene UNIPOL? Gas Phase Copolymerization with SSC Metallocene Technology High-Molecular-Weight Atactic Polypropylene from Metallocene Catalysts. Influence of Ligand Structure and Polymerization Conditions on Molecular Weight Homo- and Co-polymers Derived from Multicyclic Olefin Monomers: The Quest for Higher Tg Materials The Renaissance in Polyolefin Manufacturing Technology Mixed Metallocenes for Designer Polymers Advances in the Functionalized Polyolefins Synthesis and Applications SPS Crystalline Polymer: A New Metallocene-catalyzed Styrene Engineering Thermoplastic Ethylene/a-olefin Copolymers with Metallocene Catalysts in High Pressure Process Semicrystalline Polyolefins - Narrow MWD and Long Chain Branching: Best of Both Worlds Structure and Properties of Single Site Constrained Geometry Ethylene-Propylene-Diene, EPDM, Elastomers Enhancing Polyethylene Performance with INSITE? Technology and Molecular Design Properties Morphological Investigation on Very Low Density Ethylene-Octene Metallocene Copolymers Using SAXS Further Studies on Metallocene ULDPE/PP Blends Impact-Morphology Relationships Morphology of Low to Very Low Density Ethylene-Octene Metallocene Copolymers Morphological Studies of Metallocene Plastomer Modified Polypropylenes Comparison of the Crystallization Behavior of Ziegler-Natta and Metallocene Catalyzed Isotactic Polypropylene Explaining the Transient Behaviors of Syndiotactic Polypropylene Equilibrium Melti
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